A year and a half from its debut Windows 10 surpassed 25% market share, which means that one in every four computers currently working with the latest operating system from Microsoft.

According to Net Applications the platform is working on 75 million PCs in just four weeks after its premiere, and surpassed 200 million in less than six months. The company’s goal initially was to hit one billion devices with Windows 10 for two to three years, but a little later this forecast was revised.

Recently, the growth of Windows 10 is moving at a slower rates as the option for a free upgrade expires. Windows 8 and 8.1 have 8.5%, as their peak was in May 2015 with 16.5%.

Everyone favorite Windows 7, fell from 48.3% to 47.2% a month, although this revision will continue to carry the title of “most popular operating system” for a long time to come. With less than 1% share Windows Vista with quick steps became a history.

Overall Windows holds 91.4% in January, while Mac OS X accounted for 6.3% and Linux distributions with a 2.2% share. Net Applications data were collected from 160 million unique visitors from 40,000 websites each month.

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